Arby’s and Burgers?

orangelegs73

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So Arby’s is selling a wagyu burger now. Saw an ad on TV tonight that said something to the effect of “…perfectly cooked to medium well with just the right amount of pink…” First off, there ain’t no pink in medium well if you ask me…which is why I NEVER order anything beyond medium rare. Secondly, Arby’s and burgers?? Anybody tried one yet?
 

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I might would try it. I kinda like Arby's roast beef sandwiches once in awhile. I remember 4-5 years ago they had a deer sandwich. I tried one of those, not bad iirc. It had some kind of sauce, maybe like a wine sauce or something. I didn't care for that but the sandwich otherwise wasn't bad.
 

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It's actually not bad. Not the best hamburger ever, but better than McDonald's.
 

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Does it really matter if it's Wagyu in a burger? Most of the benefit is from the exceptional marbling in a cut like a steak, but if you just grind it up I can't see it making much difference(other than for marketing).
 

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I saw it on the menu earlier this week but I was already committed to roast beef and cheddar. My curiosity is now peaked. :scratch
 

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The only thing we ever order from Arby's is their fish sandwiches and they're pretty good.

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Does it really matter if it's Wagyu in a burger? Most of the benefit is from the exceptional marbling in a cut like a steak, but if you just grind it up I can't see it making much difference(other than for marketing).
Fun police showed up. :no
 

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